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[15OCT19] Silence, Suspicion and the World of Flight Simming...

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    #31
    Okay, okay, you got us.

    We are prepping a Bristol Brabazon for release. We are certain it will be our top selling product ever.
    Robert S. Randazzo
    PMDG Simulations
    http://www.pmdg.com


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      #32
      I thought it would be an ultra realistic Wright Flyer.
      Tim Barker
      FAA Air Traffic Control Specialist

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        #33
        A Brabazon! Yay!

        Not the Convair 880 I'd been hoping for, but still... yay!

        Happy to be the first and only Brabazon customer.

        Now what about the Republic Rainbow?
        Alan Ampolsk
        __________________________________________

        "Ah, Paula, they are firing at me!" -- Saint-Exupery

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          #34
          Alan_A

          Come ON Alan- surely you KNOW I would race you to the Bristol delivery center?

          C
          Last edited by cavaricooper; 21Oct2019, 16:05.
          Best- Carl Avari-Cooper

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            #35
            cavaricooper -

            OK, point taken.

            Shared cockpit, then?

            I'll meet you there!
            Alan Ampolsk
            __________________________________________

            "Ah, Paula, they are firing at me!" -- Saint-Exupery

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              #36
              I thought we are getting a Carvair!!
              Charles Harris KRTS The Valley of Speed
              ASUS ROG Strix B450-F, Ryzen 3700X, 1TB 970 Neo M2,1TB SSD, RX 5700XT 8GB, 32GB DDR4 3200

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                #37
                You guys are involved in the next flight simulator aren't you?

                Bryan Richards
                Bryan Richards

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                  #38
                  Aaahhhh, dammit. I thought you were working on a Hughes H-4 Hercules. Such a good looking plane Kappa
                  Antony Quinn

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                    #39
                    Any intel on a 777 update, specifically with PBR? Longing to see the beloved addon in stunning PBR!

                    Cheers

                    Don Asalage
                    Don Asalage

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                      #40
                      And here I was, hoping for a PMDG version of the UltraLight, with PBR....
                      Regards, Orjan Polman.
                      ENGM

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                        #41
                        More likely to be Pigeonworks long awaited Westland Woodpigeon. Personally, I'm hoping for the option to have the 60 horse Anzani 6 engine. But we know the grief multiple engine options create. PBR, naturally...
                        Mike Dryden

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                          #42
                          If my memory serves me correct and assuming we shouldn't expect any new releases this year with the holidays coming up, this will be the first year in many that PMDG hasn't released a paid product.
                          Alex Pugh

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                            #43
                            Originally posted by HarryCYUL View Post
                            This is "my interpretation" of Mr. Randazzo's above Oct15 post....after reading it several hundred times....I think he's trying to tell us that the MD11 will release for P3Dv4 in November and for MSFS2020 next holiday season......that's the vibe i get in his post....am i right or wrong?


                            Harry Giannias
                            Where's Boomer when you need him?
                            Rudy Fidao

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                              #44
                              Slick rsrandazzo slick
                              Last edited by Joakim; 28Oct2019, 23:03.


                              Kind regards Joakim Hagen

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                                #45
                                you have said all that needs be said.
                                Daniel Rosso ATP Single and Multi engine, CFII/MEI Ground instructor Basic/advanced B757/767 BAE-ATP Falcon 900Ex Falcon 20 CE650 CE560XL CE525S

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